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Old 06-08-2013, 07:01 PM   #201
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1976 Olds Cutlass 442
1979 Toyota Supra
1996 Isuzu Rodeo
1988 Honda Civic
1992 Toyota T100
1994 Toyota 4Runner
1997 Chevy Silverado
2000 Honda Accord
2001 Lexus RX300
2004 Toyota 4Runner
2004 BMW M3
2005 Chevy Express
2006 Lexus LS430
2010 Lexus LS430
2013 Toyota Tacoma

Dear lord, that's a lot of cash burned up! I decided after my 01 LS430 if I can't pay cash for it then I don't need it. It is very liberating to pay cash for a car now.
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1991 Toyota Pickup 4x4 4cyl
1968 Mustang. Long history but finally sold it


1991 Honda Accord (Island beater while stationed in hawaii)

1997 4Runner 4x4 4cyl (Of all my cars/turcks I miss this one the most)


2007 Mazdaspeed3

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Old 06-09-2013, 11:20 AM   #204
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1983 Honda Accord (First Car) WHAT A P.O.S,: Vapor Lock every summer couldn't drive down the street after I parked it for more then 30 mins in the sun.

1989 Toyota Land cruiser FJ-62 (Dads Truck still owns it) Had it for year freakin love it,

1998 Acura Integra GS-R (Still own it) Plan is to make it into a SCCA car one day


2009 Toyota Tacoma DCSB TRD 4x4 (still own it)
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Old 06-09-2013, 12:43 PM   #205
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Lets see
1965 mustang, 289 4 speed, black with black interior. Sold it for a thousand bucks, guy took out motor and sold it for a thousand bucks and kept car. I've tried buying it back several times in the past twenty years, but the guy won't sell it back to me, it's just sitting outside going to hell, oh well. I did an mvd search one day and found out he never changed the title over to his name, it still shows that I own it. Now he says he gave it to his daughter.

1979 Ford bronco, with a 400 and automatic. What a beast! Learned so much about off roading in that bronco! I literally went four bying everyday for two years, multiple hours a day! I could make a whole thread about all the adventures and ridiculous situations I put myself into! Oh, and all the mechanical things I learned to do because I broke a lot of stuff, and nobody to fix it but me, and it was my only vehicle, I drove it 40 miles round trip everyday to work and school. Some of my best memories were in that bronco. I ended up throwing the timing chain, so I thought I'd have a friend of a friend rebuild it that worked for a reputable engine builder, he charged me a grand, when I reinstalled it, it smoked and didn't run as well as I wanted, i found out later he didn't even rebuild it, he just fixed what was broken and put it back together. I had just bought a little Nissan hardbody to commute to work, so I sold the bronco for $2500. I could kick myself now!

1986 Olds Cutlass Supreme Broughm, beautiful car, white with white vinyl top and dark blue interior, what a great car, comfortable, never let me down. Sold it to a friend that drove it for four or five years before he sold it to a guy that made it into a lowrider.

1993 Nissan hardbody. Good truck, tons of torque, went through 5 clutches and throw out bearings in 25,000 miles. I was born driving a stick shift, so it wasn't my driving, something inside the tranny wasn't lined up true, after about 1500 miles the tranny would shake while letting out the clutch. Ended up just giving it back to Nissan.

1990 chevy prism. My grandmas car, after she passed away I kept it and my wife drove it for a couple years. Ended up getting in pretty bad accident and totaled it.

1986 Acura legend. A true legend, what a well built and engineered car, never a problem, gave it to my son when he joined the marines and he drove the shit out of it till it wasn't worth fixing, well I would have fixed it, but he was in California at 29 palms, and it wasn't worth me driving the truck and trailer to bring home to fix. This was in 2009 and the car had 250000 miles plus.

1989 Acura integra, another great Acura, so well engineered, I bought it with 40,000 miles from a lady that was a librarian, and her husband was a retired rocket scientist from NASA. This was my commuter car for five years plus, averaging 30,000 miles a year. When my son finished off the legend, i bought him a ticket home and he drove back in my integra. He ended up getting the motor rebuilt at 200,000 miles in San Diego when he was stationed at Pendleton. He still has it outside his house, he broke the tranny, and says he's going to fix it. We'll see.

1995 Ford f350 powerstroke 4x4, regular cab long bed. My dad bought band new, and he was rear ended by a Mitsubishi montero going 45 mph, no skid marks, the guy didn't even see the traffic stopped. My dad gave it to me, I took it to a friends body shop, and with the insurance money I was able to put a used bed and have the cab fixed and the whole truck repainted, minus all emblems and that stupid strip of plastic. I had that truck totally set up, snug top, all my mechanical tools, everywhere I went I got complimented. I woke up in a panic one morning at four, I just felt something was wrong with my truck, I ran outside in my undies, sure enough, my truck had been stolen! I only had liability insurance, it was paid off so I thought that's all I needed. I ended up losing about $18000 in that deal! Still hurts me to think about, I would have killed the person if I had found out who did it! I was literally depressed for three months, I will never get over that one. Still have a dream that some day the police (or I)will run into it.

1997 F350 powerstroke 4x4 crew cab long bed. I was looking for another powerstroke for three months, I didn't have the money to buy one, but I needed another powerstroke! I saw this one with a little tiny for sale sign on the side of the road next to a boat shop and I stopped to check it out. Everything I was looking for, so I asked inside the boat shop about it. The owner had just put it out 5 minutes before I passed by, and he had a bet with his son that it would sell in one day, needless to say it did. I ended up getting a cash loan for 10 grand that took forever to pay back. I still have this truck, and until I got the Tacoma, all I drove for six years. 250,000 miles plus on it.
2005 Subaru legacy gt, my wife's car, we bought it new in 04, and its been a great car! Nothing but maintence, never had to replace anything else, plus it hauls ass, fun to drive!

2013 Toyota Tacoma t/x, awesome little truck, don't even drive the powerstroke anymore, unless to pull.

Thanks for making this thread, even if no one reads my ridiculous long post, it was nice to put these things down in writing!
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^ yup, thats exactly why i made it.. Fun to get it down on paper and remember each one. I like how you told each ones story.
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Old 06-09-2013, 06:56 PM   #207
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owned it a few years then traded it for this:


Missed turbo so much that after 3 years, i sold it and bought this:


until I had kids so i was forced to sell it to some kid in new york who sold it after 3 weeks!!!!!

now i ride a tacoma and my wife drives a brand new odyssey.....
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Old 06-09-2013, 07:09 PM   #208
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1983 Honda Accord (First Car) WHAT A P.O.S,: Vapor Lock every summer couldn't drive down the street after I parked it for more then 30 mins in the sun.
That wasn't vapor lock. The main relay for the fuel pump went bad. Mine went and was infuriating to deal with. Pretty much every single 90-93 Accord had the same problem at one point or another.
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1985 SR5 4X4 Regular cab
1990 5 Lug Reg cab
2002 Ford Ranger XLT 4X4 Super Cab
2013 Tacoma DCSB Prerunner

Here is a little history of my rigs, sorry for the length, but I like to tell my stories. Kinda a modified repost from my post in "my first new vehicle" thread...

My first rig was an '85 SR5 4x4 reg cab short bed, yup, strait axle and EFI. It was an awesome truck and never let me down. I did a full rebuild of the engine with a slight bore enlargement. Did a custom cat back w/ magnaflow, custom stereo, custom built front bumper, and a nice 31x10.50 on 15x8 set up. Then I moved to the desert where it struggled to pull the 75+ freeway speeds up any hill with out revin the piss outta her, and I had taken out the A/C system. I would bake in the summer!

So I got a '90 5 lug, reg. cab, short bed w/ 22RE. Put on an CAI, LCE header, and had a custom built cat back w/ magnaflow, and tint. Did up a nice stereo in that one too. That thing was so clean! It was the dark metallic grey. I kept her stock as far as suspension and tires cause it was just a DD street truck and toy transporter. It ripped pretty good and was fun to drive. Not to mention the awesome mpgs. I would tear those fart pipe ricers up! Not the built ones, just the ones that would slap a 3" fart cannon on a clapped out civic and thought they were fast. It was kinda a mild sleeper, lookin' all stock. The only downfall to my '90 was that it didn't have A/C either! Bone head maneuver getting that one, but I was blinded by its cleanliness. I loved that truck but ended up wanting to go back to 4X4 and the need of A/C in the summer. So I looked for a nice 01-04 Taco...
All the ones I found that I liked were a bit outta my price range, with toyota's amazing ability to keep their value lol. So I settled for a clean '02 Ranger XLT 4X4 Super Cab. I figured, hey, this thing is cheaper, has a 4.0 V6, and the extra cab doors open! How could I go wrong... uh, I left Toyota.
Don't get me wrong I loved that truck too, but it wasn't a Toyota. I ended up doin' a CAI, throttle body spacer, custom Magnaflow cat back, and going with a 15x8 31x10.50 combo. Did a torsion bar crank to level it out, threw on some pro-comp shocks, and had my buddy build a nice aluminum front bumper for it. No one made a decent bumper that I liked for Rangers. Plus custom is cooler. I drove the wheels off that truck, but was always wishing I woulda stayed with yotas. Well she started to head south on me, was costing a lot just to keep her going. Seemed like I was always having to fix or replace something, and thinking, I never had to do this when I drove Yotas. I mean, all rigs have their problems, but some of the crap that would go wrong on my Ranger was just weird, stuff that wouldnt happen on a Yota. So I was pondering the idea of getting rid of her.
Well the last straw was I had a new clutch put in, mostly due to the famous ranger throwout/slave assembly takin' a crap and had em do the rear main as well. When I got home, the rear main started to leak. So I took it back to the shop, and they replaced it. Didnt charge me labor, just for a new, better seal with speedy sleeve. I got off work at 6am after working all night, went and picked the Ranger up, and drove it to Vegas with the plans on looking at a few trucks that I liked. On the way down, I stopped and got some fuel and took a peek under the truck... Oil everywhere! I was po'ed. Thats when I decided the Ranger wasnt going home. Dont get me wrong, it was a decent truck and I enjoyed having it, but it wasnt a Yota. I had a few 05+ Tacos, a couple of Frontiers, and some F150s in mind, but my GF talked me into going with my heart and returning to Toyota, spending a few grand more, and getting a new one.
So a few hours later I was the proud owner of a '13 TRD Offroad DCSB Prerunner. Man she is nice! I got the "Magnetic Grey" and I was stoked cause it is close to the same color as the '90 I once had. I went with the Prerunner 'cause the pro/con for 4x4 didnt pan out for me. I pretty much am back to DD toy transporter status and I dont do as much wheelin' anymore. If I do go off road, its just dirt roads and washes. I liked the Offroad TRD over the Sport cause I at least wanted a little help of a locker if I needed it. Now I have about 2500 on the clock and couldnt be more happy I went back to Toyota. So far I traded out the trash can muffler w/ a Magnaflow. Now sounds just how I like. Other than that I am gonna keep her stock.

If you're curious here's a few pics of the old Ranger and the new Taco.



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2004-2007 : 2000 Mustang GT
2007-2011 : 1990 Nissan Frontier
2007-Present : 2003 Mustang GT
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Lets see in order


1971 Toyota Corolla
1977 Toyota pickup
1978 Ford Granada
1986.5 Nissan hardbody PU
1987 Ford Escort
1986 Ford Tempo
1984 Plymouth Turismo
1991 Toyota Corolla
1971 Fiat 124 Spyder
1992 Hyundai Scoupe
1981 Jeep CJ5
1994 Ford Ranger
1991 Honda Prelude
1992 Jeep Wrangler
1969 VW square back
1971 VW bug
1995 Mitsubishi Galant
1991 Chevy step side
1996 Nissan Sentra
1995 Jeep Wrangler
1994 Chevy Camaro Conv
1996 Ford Ranger sc
1978 Trans Am with olds 455
1998 Ford Mustang
1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer
1990 Honda CRX si
1996 Geo Tracker 2dr 4wd
1998 Ford F150
2000 Nissan Sentra
2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser
2003 Dodge Durango (lemon buy back)
2004 Dodge Ram 4wd CC
2005 Jeep Wrangler
2006 Toyota 4runner
2006 Pontiac G6 GTP
2007 Pontiac G6 Convertible
2007 GMC Sierra 4wd
2008 Chevy Avalanche 4wd
2009 Mazda Miata
2010 Ford F150 King Ranch 4wd
1980 Jeep CJ5 (current resto mod)
2011 Toyota FJ cruiser Trail Teams edition.
2011 Dodge Challenger RT
2011 Nissan Rogue
2012 Nissan Maxima
2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara Unlimited
2005 Ford F250 Lariat 4wd
2014 Ford Mustang GT California Spec. (Wife's current)
2013 Toyota Tacoma CCSB 4wd TRD off road (my current)

I think that's it. Been driving for 30 years now.
now this is hard to believe
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98 Ford Ranger
03 Honda Civic
07 Subaru STI
13 Subaru Forester (current)
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Not a long list but they've all been good to me.
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1995 chevy truck 4x4 (current)
1998 toyota tacoma (current)
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Top left.... my 89 Chevy Celebrity, Was handed down to me by my dad with over 292 000 KM on the odometer! I had the bodywork fixed and painted black... and drove it to 340 000km, before giving it back to my dad, and he drove it til the rear axle rotted off the bottom of the car!

Bottom left, 87 Pontiac Grand AM, was bought to replace my Celebrity..... drove it for 6months, gave me nothing but problems... but looked nice!

Top right, 87 Pontiac 6000 LE, was bought to replace the Grand Am... drove it for a couple of years, but smashed it into a birch tree after falling asleep at the wheel, after a night shift.

Bottom Right, 95 Chevy Monte Carlo LS. Loved that car.... named her Jennifer.... lol! Drove it for a few years, handed it down to my wife... and still stole it occasionally, just to get back behind the wheel!



Top pic, 89 Nissan Pathfinder. Bought this truck as a winter beater so I could store the Monte, and save it from Road Salt..... paid $1000 for it... put $400.00 in it for Mechanical... drove it for 6 months, blew the Transmission, and sold it for $1000!

Bottom pic, my 98 4Runner. Loved driving an SUV so much... I bought one! Still have it, drive it regularly, along with my Taco!



Here's a newer pic of the 4Runner:





Now I have my 05 SWB Taco TRD Sport!

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1980 Chevy chevette 4 door. Ugh
1987 Subaru hatchback 4wd
1991 Honda civic hatchback
.. 1995 Honda civic sedan(wife's )
1995 Pontiac boneville
1992 Toyota Paseo
2003 VW Passat wagon (was wife's mine now daughters ) 1.8 turbo
2008 VW Passat sedan (wife's ) 2.0 turbo.
2010 BMW 535i sedan (wife's but I like it too!) current
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for the "big" vehicle, it went something like this...
Jeep Cherokee
Ford Explorer
2006 Toyota 4Runner
2013 Toyota Tacoma (got a great trade in for 06 4Runner)

based on even just the first few weeks with new Tacoma (and insight/feedback from TW Forum), seriously looking like I'm a Taco-fanatic for life !!!!!!

been missing out on so much for so long (especially during that agonizing jeep era/"error")!!!!
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Old 07-03-2013, 09:41 PM   #219
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Oh man, see if I can get this somewhat right. Order might not be right and some I don't know the years.

First car was 2 cars my dad bought me at 15 years old. Two 1972 Volvo D240 sedans. One with a blown motor and good frame, the other with a good motor and bad tranny and totaled frame. He said if I can make one car out of it on my own, I could have it for free. They both only cost him 300 to have delivered to the house. That started it all.

Then:
80 Ford Granada
80's Ford Country Squire wagon- loaded
1957 Ford Thunderbird
1980's Subaru Wagon- S100? Can't remember how the models went then
Late 70's Toyota Landcruiser. Very poor condition and I didn't do it any favors
1972 Ford Thunderbird. 2 Doors and 27 feet long. Almost burned me alive when it caught fire.
90's Honda Civic hatchback
84 VW Golf- 200k miles when I bought it for 2k. Sold it with 240 for 2k. Wish I still had it.
94 VW Jetta- my first brand new car
2004 Toyota Tacoma v4 4x4 ex cab
2013 Tacoma Access Cab 4x4 TRD offroad bought Monday
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Old 07-03-2013, 09:42 PM   #220
He gotta real perty mouth aint he
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1972 pontiac ventura
1974 duster
1981 Toyota corrola
1974 ford E350 van
1974 chevey 3/4ton truck
1992 ford f150
1998 ford explorer 4x4
2006 chevy silverado2500 crewcab
2011 Volvo S40 T5
Hobby cars
1955 pontiac starchief
1955 Cadillac coupe
1940 ford coupe

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